Troy Solhjem teaches us how to examine the object, origin, and purpose of our calling.
In this sermon, Joe Holder takes us through Psalm 27, teaching what courage should look like when we’re grounded in the Lord.
In this sermon, we explore what the Bible says about a church elder’s authority, a church elder’s accountability, and a church member’s role in submitting …
As Harvest Plains prepares to elect our first elders, we examine what God’s word has to say about their role & responsibility. Our study focuses …
Philip Reeves continues through Malachi 1, teaching how pure worship to God requires reverence and obedience.
One of the greatest dangers and hindrances to our lives is the fear of man. But what is the fear of man? And how is it overcome? In this sermon, Brandon Smith addresses these two very important questions as he preaches from Proverbs 29:25 says, “The fear of man lays a snare, but whoever trusts in the Lord is safe.”
What is faith? How does faith display itself in everyday life, espeically when life is hard? In this sermon, Sam Pirrotta answers questions such as these as he explains 4 characteristics of Christian faith from Hebrews 11.
The third distinctive of Harvest Plains Church is that we believe humanity exists to worship and enjoy God forever. When people are focused on worshipping God, they experience true and lasting joy and purpose. In this sermon, Pastor Devin Hiller explains two aspects of biblical worship: 1) Personal worship and 2) Corporate worship.
Prayer is one of the most important disciplines of the Christian life. Unfortunately, it is also probably one of the most neglected disciplines. This is why we should not be surprised that the Bible is filled with encouragements about the importance of persisting in prayer, and what God does through it. In this message, Pastor David Nerud, gives a word of encouragement regarding prayer from Luke 11:1-13.
As the apostle Paul finishes his presentation on justification through faith in Christ alone in Romans 1-4, he transitions into an astonishing statement on the certainty of salvation in Romans 5. Because salvation is not by personal merit but by faith in Christ’s work, a Christian saved by Christ can have complete assurance that they will one day be in heaven with Christ. In this sermon, Sam Pirrotta takes us through Romans 5:1-5 to see the encouraging reality of Christain hope.
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